For over two decades, Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing has been providing families throughout the Montgomery Village, MD, area with the highest quality heating and air conditioning system installation, replacement, maintenance, and repair services.
Our family-owned and -operated HVAC team is made up of licensed, trained, and educated heating and air conditioning specialists who are dedicated to providing complete customer satisfaction for every job from start to finish.
Talk to one of our heating and cooling experts today by calling us at 240-342-6910!
We’re so confident our heating and air conditioning service technicians are some of the best in the area that we want to be the first name you think of whenever you need:
- Air conditioner installation, maintenance, repair, or replacement
- Furnace installation, maintenance, repair, or replacement
- Geothermal heat pump installation, repair, or replacement
- Programmable thermostats
- Indoor air quality systems such as electronic air cleaners and whole-house humidifiers
- And more!
AC Repair & Installation Services for Montgomery Village, MD
Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing offers quality air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance to homes and families throughout Montgomery Village, MD. We provide a wide range of air conditioning services, including:
- Air conditioner repairs
- Seasonal AC maintenance and tune-ups
- Air conditioner replacements and installations
- Energy-efficient upgrades
- Heat pump replacements
- Programmable thermostats
- And more!
We are an authorized dealer of American Standard air conditioning units, but we can install and service air conditioning units from any brand.
Need AC services in Montgomery Village, MD? Call us today at 240-342-6910 or contact us online!
Montgomery Village Heating System Installation & Repair Services
At Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing, we provide installation, repair, and replacement services for every type of heating system there is, including:
- Ductless heat pumps
- Gas boilers
- Geothermal heat pumps
- High-velocity duct and heat systems
- And more!
We are an authorized dealer of American Standard furnaces, heat pumps, air handlers, humidifiers, and air cleaners. However, we can install, replace, or repair any brand of heating system.
Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing can also perform a combustion analysis on your gas furnace’s or boiler’s flue gases to determine their efficiency of combustion. This test allows our technicians to make any necessary adjustments and recommendations to ensure that your heating system is as efficient as it can be.
Contact us to schedule heating services in Montgomery Village, MD!
HVAC Service Contracts in Montgomery Village, MD
The most important thing you can do for your home’s air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, or other HVAC system is to have it serviced and inspected at the beginning of every season. That’s why Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing offers HVAC service agreements to all of our customers in the Montgomery Village, MD, area!
With our agreement, we provide AC maintenance at the beginning of the cooling season and a heating system tune-up before the cold comes.
With our HVAC service contract, you’ll get the peace of mind that comes from knowing your HVAC systems are covered by some of the best repair technicians in the area, year in and year out.
Ready to save money on heating and cooling services? Contact us to sign up for an HVAC service agreement today!
Why Choose Michael Bonsby for HVAC Services?
A member of Air Conditioning Contractors of America, Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing is a fully licensed, bonded, and insured local HVAC company. We can provide highly accurate quotes for time, materials, and equipment, and we offer no-interest financing for up to six months on all heating and air conditioning jobs.
When you need heating and cooling repair, installation, maintenance, or replacement in the Montgomery Village area, Michael Bonsby is the HVAC contractor you can trust.
Call us today at 240-342-6910 or fill out our online form to schedule heating or cooling service!
Frequently Asked Questions
What does HVAC stand for?
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
How often does my HVAC system need service?
Your HVAC system should be professionally serviced at least once a year, with specific systems needing more frequent service; for example, a heat pump used to heat and cool throughout the year might need to be serviced twice to maintain peak performance and reduce the risk of complications.
What are some signs my HVAC system needs repair?
If your HVAC system produces strange smells or sounds, turns on and off too frequently, or doesn’t respond to your thermostat, or if your power bills are suddenly unusually high for no reason, your HVAC system might need repair even if everything seems fine. Other problems such as frequent breaker trips or low indoor air quality might also suggest issues.
How do I know when to replace my HVAC system?
You should aim to replace your HVAC system when it either gives you worthwhile benefits, such as improved efficiency or features, or when maintaining your old system becomes financially unsound. Most HVAC systems last somewhere in the wide range of 10 to 25 years, depending on build quality, maintenance habits, and repairs, with furnaces tending toward the lower end due to the wear and tear associated with combustion.
What’s the best heating system for Maryland?
Different homeowners will prefer different heating systems for either financial reasons, comfort preferences, even environmental concerns. Furnaces produce dry, intense heat on demand, while boilers produce slow, moist heat gently and more efficiently. Heat pumps also produce gentle, efficient heat, mostly on demand but with lost efficiency if temperatures drop below freezing.
Can I save money by doing my own HVAC repairs?
DIY HVAC repairs more complex than cleaning filters and coils, removing an obstruction from your ducts, or flipping a breaker should probably be left to a professional, even if saving money is your highest priority. An HVAC system in poor repair will waste energy during normal operation and is likely to end up more damaged or even in need of full repairs — definitely not a good thing if you’re aiming to save money.